Train your memory

  • How to train memory and attention — basic techniques

    The desire to find an effective method that will help in achieving a higher level of intellectual development is a very commendable trend. However, in order to turn the process from the fashionable one into the effective one and make it the stage of self-improvement, it does not hurt to understand what exactly you want to strengthen in yourself.

  • How to learn English? Let us have a look at popular methods

    How to learn the English language fast and easily? You cannot just learn English. A lot of people learned languages ​​at school, but even good marks did not guarantee the knowledge. Let us examine the popular methods of language learning and evaluate their effectiveness.

  • Remember everything. 5 ways to remember what you read

    How often do we forget important information? Probably, each of us faced a situation when, at the most crucial moment, you forgot something. But it is easy to cope with this. So how to read and remember what you read? We have prepared several memorizing techniques that will be useful at school, work and in everyday life.

  • How to learn big texts and memorize them

    Memory is an important aspect of our life. With its help, we can keep in mind the information that we receive throughout life.

    The data that our brain gets come to us directly through our senses, it is processed, filtered, and only then we remember the necessary information.You can memorize everything from the words of songs to a large text.

  • Ways and methods of memory training

    Whether you look through mountains of books to prepare for an exam or keep in mind a list of business tasks, prepare dinner according to the recipes that passed on from generation to generation, or just like to learn something new - each of us will not regret having a good memory.

  • Tips for teaching audiles

    Students-audiles learn new things best when they actively listen. Audiles do not cope very well with writing notes and writing facts from textbooks. They prefer to incorporate information through audio or video clips, or through discussions of the topics. Despite the fact that they are not strong in writing notes, they are good at remembering new information just by listening to lectures.

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